West Brom 1-3 Arsenal, Sunderland 0-2 Manchester United, Manchester City 2-1 Everton

After their Champions League humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich, all eyes will be on Manchester City as they seek to restore some pride when high-flying Everton come to town in Saturday’s early kick off.

Having also suffered a shock Premier League defeat at the hands of Aston Villa last weekend, Manuel Pellegrini may start to feel the pressure rising should he also come unstuck against Roberto Martinez’s men, who are the only team yet to taste league defeat this campaign.

Currently fourth in the table, the Toffees are unlikely to be missing the departed David Moyes too much, but their former boss could be forgiven for wishing he had never left should his Manchester United side fail to overcome managerless Sunderland when they visit the Stadium of Light later on that day.

The champions were humbled by West Brom last weekend, and the Baggies will be looking to cause another upset when they welcome league leaders Arsenal to the Hawthorns on Sunday. Last time out, Greg scored three out of ten, so Gus Poyet who continues to lead the way. Let's see what Ian Wright has gone for!Ian has had his say, and now you can too! Leave your predictions in the comments below and vote on how you think he will fare.

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